Windows 10 installation on NVME

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  1. Posts : 1,037
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       #51

    Forget it must not be supported by the motherboard due to the ssd firmware and / or motherboard bios, a failure. Take another high-performance like the 980 pro.

    The last thing you can try, if you haven't tried both m.2 ports, is to put the nvme ssd on either m.2 port 1 or m.2 port 2. From top to bottom motherboard the first m.2 port is connected to the processor, and it is pcie 4.0x4, the other m.2 port below is connected to the chipset it is pcie 3.0x4.

    Edit:Yes try the latest bios.
    Last edited by itsme1; 10 Mar 2023 at 11:55.
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  2. Posts : 6,195
    Windows 11 Pro - Windows 7 HP - Lubuntu
       #52

    The 980 Pro doesn't have dedicated drivers. If it's recognized and format able, as in your case, leave it be. If the drive is not detected, let's say, during the installation of Windows afresh, then you'd have seek out something like the chipset driver.
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